Ryan Clady injury: Broncos OT continues to miss practice

Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

The Broncos Pro Bowl tackle is not expected to miss next week's playoff game.

Denver Broncos starting left tackle Ryan Clady missed practice once again on Friday as the Pro Bowl player continues to work through an undisclosed injury. According to Tom Kensler of the Denver Post, the injury is not expected to force Clady to miss next Saturday's divisional playoff game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

Clady showed up on the injury report in Week 17 heading into the regular season finale against the Kansas City Chiefs, although the tackle was able to start in the 38-3 win. The fifth-year veteran has started all 80 games for the Broncos since being drafted with the No. 12 overall pick in 2008 and has been named to the Pro Bowl in 2009, 2011 and once again in 2012.

The Broncos earned the top seed in the AFC with a 13-3 record and eleven straight wins to close out the season. Denver will host the AFC divisional round game on Jan. 12 at 2:30 p.m. on CBS.

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